Uddhav Thackeray has called an important meeting on Tuesday
Is there another lockdown in Maharashtra ? Ban on public events
New Lockdown News Maharashtra : Will there be another lockdown as Corona patients continue to grow in the state? Such a question is plaguing the common man. It is being said that the number of coronas is increasing due to non-compliance of coronation rules by the citizens. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had also given an ultimatum that a decision on the implementation of the lockdown would be taken in eight to ten days after checking the patient statistics and whether the citizens were disciplined. After that, Uddhav Thackeray has called an important meeting on Tuesday.
Ban on public events
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has called a meeting of Mumbai Municipal Commissioner and officials today. In this meeting, Uddhav Thackeray will review the situation in Mumbai.
Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday announced a ban on all public events and agitations for a few days from Monday to curb the rising corona infection in the state. He also clarified that a decision on the implementation of the lockout would be taken in eight to ten days after checking the patient statistics and whether the citizens are disciplined.
All hospitals in Mumbai are ready
Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated in Mumbai, where the number of newly diagnosed patients reaches thousands every day. In this regard, Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Singh had convened a meeting on Monday to review the readiness of the hospitals. It was attended by representatives of private hospitals, laboratories including municipal hospitals. Patients without symptoms should not be admitted. Hospitals were instructed to update the dashboards and hospital panels informing about the admitted patients and available beds from time to time.
80?ds reserved in private hospitals
Eighty per cent of beds in private hospitals are still reserved for coroners. We had proposed to reduce the number of patients in the medium term. But now that the number of patients is increasing again, this demand has been withdrawn. All the beds in the private hospital are well equipped. Therefore, no matter how much the number of patients increases, the treatment will be given on time, said the coordinator of the private hospital and consultant physician of the Bombay hospital, Dr. Gautam Bhansali has said.